Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan is a dependent political figure who completed the long process of Armenia’s surrender of Nagorny Karabakh, the leader of the Essence of Time movement, philosopher and political scientist Sergey Kurginyan said on October 7 on the program Conversation with a Sage on the Zvezda radio station.
“With an unprecedented clarity and abundance of proven facts it is clear that Pashinyan is just an agent of the other side,” the political scientist said. He stressed that the Armenian prime minister is a political figure whom ex-president of Armenia Levon Ter-Petrosyan handled.
According to Kurginyan, the argument that Karabakh was important for Armenia was escalated in order to separate the republic from the Soviet Union and to destroy the USSR. This was achieved using Western influence, the political scientist stressed.
In this process, the Chairman of the Armenian KGB Marius Yuzbashyan played a dubious role. “And as soon as this was achieved, it immediately abandoned Karabakh,” he stressed. After Karabakh successfully completed its mission to justify Armenia’s sovereignty from the USSR, it became unnecessary, and President of Armenia Ter-Petrosyan said it could be given away.
“He was toppled, and the Karabakh clan came in its various modifications. They said, ‘Now we are Sparta. Karabakh will not give up power, we will fight together!’ It was all given up!” Kurginyan said about the Armenian domestic policy.
He noted that the whole Armenia discusses the role of the family of ex-president Serzh Sargsyan in the surrender of Karabakh and the promotion of Pashinyan to power.
“Indeed, he was brought to power through the street. And where were the president, the parliament, the Karabakh clan, all these military officials, who were they?” Kurginyan wondered.
The political scientist noted that Pashinyan himself prevented a normal peace with Azerbaijan, and later he prevented Armenia and Karabakh from fighting well when a military conflict with Baku began.
“All this together should have resulted in a really strong mass protest in Armenia, which had surrendered much for the sake of Karabakh by then. It made a huge sacrifice for Karabakh,” Kurginyan said.
However, that protest never happened, no one organized it. As an example he referred to former president of Nagorny Karabakh and Armenia Robert Kocharyan. According to the political scientist, this politician knew how to set up street protests.
“He behaved not as a street politician, and not as a politician at all!” Kurginyan said.
After an early parliamentary election Pashynian was re-elected. According to the political scientist, this took place due to contemporary Armenian sentiments, which are anti-Karabakh and pro-Western to a large extent not only among the top officials, but also in the ordinary public.
It became clear that Pashinyan would easily give up Karabakh. “This is in line with his mean idea of what he should do, this is his rotten organics: he was bribed, he was recruited, and he believes that this is his mission,” Kurginyan stressed.
“He did that. Where was the rest of Armenia? Where was that intelligentsia who shouted, ‘Karabakh! Karabakh!’? Armenia is a small country where several thousand people is the same as half million for us. Where was all that?!” the political scientist wondered.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency